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Randy L. Prothero
(R), ABR, AHWD, e-PRO, GRI, CRS, SFR
94-539 Puahi St.
Waipahu, HI 96789
Pet Friendly Buildings - Honolulu County (Island of Oahu)
Hawaii Pet Friendly Community Lists
For Honolulu County (Island of Oahu)
*As of April 2007 - Taken from Hawaii Humane Society
Pet Friendly Buildings in Hawaii
The above community links, take you to lists of pet friendly buildings in various communities on the island of Oahu. Because a building is pet friendly does not necessarily mean a landlord will allow pets in their rental unit. A large majority of landlords do not accept pets. Finding a rental unit that accepts pets can be extremely difficult. If you have two pets it can be nearly impossible.
Buying a home is the only way to guaranty you will be allowed to have pets. If you purchase a condo or a townhouse, the list of pet friendly buildings will give a you starting point. Bare in mind that many of the pet friendly buildings do have restriction on the type, number or size of a pet. Also if the pet becomes a nuisance, you may be required to remove it.
If you are moving to Hawaii from another state, please be sure to check out the pet quarantine rules, so you can plan ahead and get your pet the needed shots.
Randy Prothero a local real estate professional that specializes in working with buyers who are looking for a pet friendly home. Randy does not handle rental units, but is office does have a property management department.
If you have questions about finding a home for you and your pet, feel free to contact Randy. He would be honored to help you find the home of your dreams.
This list was completed as accurately as possible. If an area is blank, it is because the building complex did not specify or answer the questions. The data was taken from the Hawaii Humane Society, April 2007